English Skills /
ESOL / Maths
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Entry Level 3 - Level 2 Courses Available: Learn English and help yourself become a part of the friendly community with support from our amazing tutors.

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Real World Learning

Do you need to improve your English? We will help you with speaking, listening, reading and writing skills from Entry Level to Level 2. You will learn the English you need and be supported to move on in life and work. We also have classes for refugees, asylum seekers and people who have newly arrived and settling in London.

We deliver English and ESOL classes in a number of community venues throughout London - including Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest and Ealing. Our upcoming courses begin in September 2017, January 2018, February 2018 and April 2018. We will run regular assessment sessions in October, December, February and April.

As well as grammar, speaking and listening, and spelling and writing skills, our courses are all about helping you make a difference in life and work. From taking a more active role in community life, learning about your mental health and well-being, and supporting you into a new job, ELATT gives you a full experience to help you improve your English.

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12 weeks
Duration

2 Days
Days per week

9.30am - 3.00pm
Morning Hours

6.00am - 9.00pm
Evening Hours

Classroom
Environment


You will learn

  • Functional English language to make appointments, go shopping, use public transport in London
  • Communicate with your child’s school
  • Start creating a CV for work
  • English to help you make friends and be part of your London community
  • You will also participate in community activities

Requirements, Qualifications and Progression

Entry Requirements:

  • Completed an Initial Assessment with ELATT

Qualification Options:

  • Units from Edexcel or OCR at Entry - Entry Level 1
  • Units from City and Guilds English Skills Entry - Entry Level 1
  • Units from OCR Functional Skills entry - Entry Level 1

Progression Options:

  • English Skills, ESOL and Maths - Entry Level 2

12 weeks
Duration

2 Days
Days per week

9.30am - 3.00pm
Morning Hours

6.00am - 9.00pm
Evening Hours

Classroom
Environment


You will learn

  • English language to make relationships with your neighbours and community
  • English to help you start planning for your future goals; English for conversations
  • The UK public transport systems
  • Other forms of shopping
  • Accessing services
  • Getting a job in the UK including rights and responsibilities
  • Telling your story
  • English for conversations
  • Using a computer for email, typing a CV and doing job search
  • English to help manage your money and bills better
  • You will also participate in community activities, and if it’s what you want, a volunteer work placement or a work placement

Requirements, Qualifications and Progression

Entry Requirements:

  • Completed an Initial Assessment with ELATT

Qualification Options:

  • Units from Edexcel or OCR at Entry - Entry Level 2
  • Units from City and Guilds English Skills Entry - Entry Level 2
  • Units from OCR Functional Skills entry - Entry Level 2

Progression Options:

  • English Skills, ESOL and Maths - Entry Level 3

12 weeks
Duration

2 Days
Days per week

9.30am - 3.00pm
Morning Hours

6.00am - 9.00pm
Evening Hours

Classroom
Environment


You will learn

  • English language to support you with reaching your future goals
  • Applying for work in the UK including making applications for volunteer work placements
  • Planning events
  • Making complaints as a customer and your consumer rights
  • Writing personal statements for further study
  • Rights and responsibilities as resident including learning about the political system of the UK
  • Methods of money management and where to get advice on money issues if necessary
  • You will also participate in community activities, and if it’s what you want, a volunteer work position or a work placement

Requirements, Qualifications and Progression

Entry Requirements:

  • Completed an Initial Assessment with ELATT

Qualification Options:

  • Units from Edexcel or OCR at Entry - Entry Level 3
  • Units from City and Guilds English Skills Entry - Entry Level 3
  • Units from OCR Functional Skills entry - Entry Level 3

Progression Options:

  • English Skills, ESOL and Maths - Level 1 and 2

12 weeks
Duration

2 Days
Days per week

9.30am - 3.00pm
Morning Hours

6.00am - 9.00pm
Evening Hours

Classroom
Environment


You will learn

  • English language to support you with reaching your future goals
  • Applying for work in the UK including making applications for volunteer work placements
  • Planning events
  • Making complaints as a customer and your consumer rights
  • Writing personal statements for further study
  • Rights and responsibilities as resident including learning about the political system of the UK
  • Methods of money management and where to get advice on money issues if necessary
  • You will also participate in community activities, and if it’s what you want, a volunteer work position or a work placement

Requirements, Qualifications and Progression

Entry Requirements:

  • Completed an Initial Assessment with ELATT

Qualification Options:

  • Units from Edexcel or OCR at Entry - Level 1
  • Units from City and Guilds English Skills Entry - Level 1 / 2
  • Units from OCR Functional Skills entry - Level 1 / 2

Progression Options:

  • ELATT Digital / IT Courses

Which units will I study for my course?

All our courses have one or more mandatory units and a choice of additional units.

Course content is tailored for you (and your employer) and the list of units outlined here are a guide only. Units covered will also depend on your prior learning and credit requirement. If there is something specific that you are interested in learning, please discuss this with your tutor during induction.


What if I don't have the entry requirements for a course?

There are other courses available to help you build up the skills and qualifications you need to be eligible for our courses. Please get in touch to discuss this further!


Which level can I study?

During your appointment assessment, we will help you work out which course will be the most suitable for you based on your results, previous experiences and interests.


Will my course cost?

This depends on age and a few other factors:

  • If you are 14-18 years old (young person) your courses will be completely free, regardless of which or how many courses you do.
  • If you are 19-23 years old your first course will be free, however your next course will cost.
  • If you are 24 years and older all courses will cost a fee.

If you're worried about costs, no problem. There are many financial options available to get past this barrier. Have a look at the fees page for more information!

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You are more than welcome to give us a call at 0800-0420-184 or email hello@elatt.org.uk to ask questions and find out more. We are available from 9am-5pm on weekdays.

Good reasons for studying

Learn English

Develop your English speaking, listening and reading skills to help you in the future.

Learn Maths

Learn to work with Maths and Numbers to help improve your skills for the future.

Community Work

As you learn, participate in projects in the community with other people to develop your skills.

Career Start

This topic helps you kick-start your career and consider moving into more advanced opportunities.

salma graduate

Meet Salma

Occupation: Office Administrator

"This course has helped me a lot. Before I used to be worried about applying for work as I thought I would get rejected. Now I have much more confidence. I made new friends and I am able to communicate with others with greater confidence. I am now working in a job that I enjoy very much."